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Isaac Erb, a pioneer industrial photographer, plied his trade in Saint John in the first quarter of the twentieth century. He took thousands of photographs of stores, workers, factories and mills, ships and shipyards, construction sites, logging operations, and even booths at hte Saint John Exhibition. But no one works all the time: Erb also took pictures of Saint John at leisure — on a sleigh ride, at the theatre, celebrating Christmas, or riding in carriages and automobiles, on bicycles or on the “Chute the Chutes” at Rockwood Park. Erb was a decdicated commercial photographer whose keen eye turned his photographs into unique works of art..
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Isaac Erb, a pioneer industrial photographer, turned commercial photography into an art. Between 1904 and 1924, he was commissioned to take thousands of photographs of Saint John businesses, factories, construction sites, civic events, public amusements, and even booths at the Saint John Exhibition. Captivated by his work, his clients also engaged him to preserve the lighter side of life: amateur theatricals, carriage, bicycle, and automobile rides, and family celebrations.About the Author:
Grant Kelly, a graduate of the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design, owns and operates Vintage Photo and Frame in Saint John. An expert on early commercial photography, he has modern negatives made from all of Erb’s extant glass negatives, which are held by the Provincial Archives of New Brunswick.
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Book Description Goose Lane Editions, 1998. Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P110864922566
Book Description Goose Lane Editions, 1998. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0864922566